The debut of this new cuvée made solely from organically-grown grapes pays homage to the quintessence of the vineyard and to the utter harmony of nature’s components.


This assemblage of elegant Chardonnay and subtly fruity Pinot Blanc, with a judicious tot of Pinot Noir to lend structure, matures sur lie a minimum of 24 months in the cellar. Revealing in the glass a luminous white-gold shot through with pale green highlights, it opens to a thrust of vibrant, crisp fragrances, with cleanly-delineated citron and grapefruit melding gracefully into floral impressions of hawthorn, honeysuckle, and verbena, with just a hint of iodine. At the same time, it conveys crisp fruit notes of white peach and gooseberry, marked by the generous effusion classic to youth, which equally characterizes the full-volumed palate, taut, and energy-laden that concludes with a lively, full-flavoured finish.

Vineyards and grapes

Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir in estate vineyards, facing east-southeast. Flat and slightly rolling area in the morainic area, with loose, medium-fertile soils and medium-deep pebble admixture.

Technical features

The clusters are gently pressed in a pneumatic press, and the first and second fractions are kept separate. After a 12-hour gravity settling at 15°C, the must is inoculated with cultured yeasts organic and the wine ferments, part at controlled temperatures in stainless steel, part in small oak barrels, and then goes through malolactic fermentation. The cuvée is assembled in spring, the liqueur de tirage added and the bottles capped and laid down for the prise de mousse.

Maturation ageing
The tiered-up bottles remain in our cellars for at least 24 months before riddling. The sediment is then removed and they are given the Brut Nature-style liqueur d’expedition, then corked and wired. This
Franciacorta then rests in the bottle a further two months before release.

12% vol.

Component grape varieties
Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir

Vineyard location and exposure
In our estate vineyards with east-southeast exposure.

Soil profile
Level and slightly undulating terrain in loose morainic soils of medium fertility, with medium-deep gravel-pebble mixture.

Trainig system

Yield per hectare
80 quintals of grapes/hectare = 52 hectolitres/hectare.

Hand picking into small boxes, between the second and the fourth week of August.

Year first produced

0,75 L (20,000)

Franciacorta Wines Collection


Right from its entry, it conquers the palate and keeps it hostage, light-hearted yet firmly, progressing to a finale that is forthright and self-assured. Lush and eminently enjoyable.


It lopes towards the finish, with a joy that is open-handed, extroverted, and radiant, formidably tenacious and appealing. Festive at every sip.

Pas Dosé

Held tight by an embracing stream, as a bird flight at sunset. The light beams forth, direct and unencumbered.


Its brilliant gold hue and dense, creamy bead of pin-point bubbles are every bit as refined as its intense, clean-edged aromatics.


With maturity to spare, and a magisterial vigour, an experience that grants the excitement of a revelation.


Quintessential maturity and elation, enfolded in a close-woven silken cocoon, a farewell embrace that is tight, clean, precise. Near-endless and riveting.


A vibrant, clean-edged acidity provides impressive drive to the regal palate